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A vacant patch of ground at Idaho Fish and Game’s Salmon Outdoor Classroom was recently transformed into a haven for pollinating insects thanks to the efforts of Girl Scout Troop 575. Paige Rackham, Brooke Axtell, Brenna Fisher, Mariquita Andrews, and Cheyenne Ward braved rain, wind, and mud to plant wildflower seed and native shrubs that will provide important sources of nectar and pollen for bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. The planting project was a big step toward earning the girls a Silver Star Award, the highest award available to Girl Scout Cadets. The Silver Award gives girls the chance to show that they are leaders who are organized, determined, and dedicated to improving their communities. To earn the award girls choose and work on a service project that provides a positive lasting impact on their community.

Family, friends still searching for missing Idaho men

COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho. -- Idaho officials have stopped search efforts for two missing Coeur d'Alene men, but family and friends are still looking. "He's a family member. We're worried about him. We don't want to give up hope until we absolutely know," said neighbor Amy Thorne about missing camper Jason Gritten. Pat Lusk and Gritten were in the middle of a camping trip on the Salmon River in Central Idaho when they disappeared.

Full Article: http://www.krem.com/story/news/local/kootenai-county/2015/05/21/family-a...

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This one-day, five-hour course meets the requirements to obtain an Idaho flagger certification card.

The card is valid for three years through ATSSA and valid in most surrounding states.

Book is included.  Prerequisite: 16 years old or older.

COST:  $116              Date: June 13, Saturday, 8:00am -1:00 pm            Location: SVBIC, 803 Monroe St., Salmon

Register/learn more at the Lemhi Education Project 756-1551, or 803 Monroe St., Salmon. 803 Monroe St., Salmon  http://www.lemhied.org

We must have 10 students to make the class happen.

 

Off Site Article: 

IDAHO COUNTY – The search resumes today along the Salmon River for two Coeur d'Alene men reported missing on Sunday.

The Idaho County Sheriff's Office was alerted at 7:15 p.m. Sunday that 27-year-old Patrick Lusk and 35-year-old Jason Gritten did not return home as planned. Family members said the pair had gone to French Creek area of Salmon River Road where they planned to canoe across the river and hike to Burgdorf Hot Springs.

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